10 Best Retirement Bargains
U.S. News susses out the 10 spots that offer the most to retirees on a limited budget
By Sophie Goldstein,  Newser User
Posted Jul 2, 2007 12:38 PM CDT
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(Newser) – Cost of living isn't the only important factor when deciding on a place to retire. Weather, proximity to cities, airports, entertainment and hospitals are also play a part. U.S. News considered all the angles and came out with these top picks:

  1. Boone, North Carolina
  2. Dahlonega, Georgia
  3. Fredericksburg, Texas
  4. Kennebunk, Maine
  5. Melbourne Beach, Florida

  1. Natchitoches, Louisiana
  2. Salida, California
  3. Sandpoint, Idaho
  4. Yucca Valley, California
  5. Yuma, Arizona